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By SensitiveTech - / Monday 26 November 2018 12:00 /
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By  Bumble Bee  |  1

You could look into specialising in birds, reptiles, amphibians or fish. You do get specific sanctuaries for one type of animal like birds of prey or reptiles and they do need vets and vet tech. You don't have to give up on working with all animals.

By  whatshername?!  |  36

This sounds like a way more intimate contact than I thought would be necessary for a vet tech. However, maybe you should overthink your choice of profession and choose a different field.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

You might want to choose a different profession, or spend your working life wolfing down fistfuls of anti-histamines. Speaking of wolves, have you checked to see if you're allergic to them, yet?

By  whatshername?!  |  36

This sounds like a way more intimate contact than I thought would be necessary for a vet tech. However, maybe you should overthink your choice of profession and choose a different field.

By  Bumble Bee  |  1

You could look into specialising in birds, reptiles, amphibians or fish. You do get specific sanctuaries for one type of animal like birds of prey or reptiles and they do need vets and vet tech. You don't have to give up on working with all animals.

By  Lora Wood  |  5

Stop using every thing with artificial color and flavor. This includes cosmetics. The 3 pickle chips on a burger have enough petrol based yellow dye to keep me allergic to animals for 3 days. Cosmetics also. Most countries with national health have eliminated this crap.

By  Charlie Given  |  18

I feel your pain OP I'm allergic to everything in the rodent family and certain breed's of dogs but I don't have a dander allergy like most I have a protein allergy it's manageable with med's and washing any skin area of contact with fur, saliva,etc immediately and that'll usually stop any hives from forming good luck and go see a allergist 😊

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